Tenebraex Corporation yesterday announced eyePilot for color blind users. The company says one in 12 men in a typical classroom of 25 is color blind (more than 35 million people in America, Canada and Western Europe). Designed as a “floating window” that is easily dragged-and-dropped over any Web page, document or computer application, eyePilot allows users to quickly and more accurately view and work with color-coded information. The software gives users a set of simple, intuitive and interactive tools that can be used to clarify or manipulate colors, including Gray, Flash, Name, and Hue. eyePilot requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later, and is priced at US$34. A 30-day free trial of eyePilot is available. [Thanks to MacMinute reader Nick Van Valkenburg for this news tip.]